From the award-winning author of Deliver is From Evie, this is a powerfully moving novel of a young man's struggle to come to terms with his sexuality, his emotions and ultimately himself.
"This book successfully challenges readers' assumption, breaking them down to offer more hopeful, affirming ideas about love and truth,"
-- Publishers Weekly
"The author has again crafted a story that forces readers to examine theirs own ideas of contentment, attraction, and love. In this excellent novel, nothing is portrayed as simple black or white, right or wrong, and each character comes alive by doing what readers least expect."
-- Voice of Youth Advocates
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He moves with his mother to the caretaker's cottage on a retired rock star's Long Island estate, to ``help out, hide out, cool out, come out.'' He finds himself saddled with an unwelcome duty when his employer enlists him as a ``safe'' chaperone for Huguette, a long-dead band member's daughter wh...| Read Full Review of "Hello," I Lied
With its addictive combination of absorbing themes and glamorous setting, Kerr's newest stands up to the best of her oeuvre. Lang Penner, still in high school, can't decide if he should come out. HisApr 28 1997 | Read Full Review of "Hello," I Lied